The Japanese Train Set

for TTDPatch and OpenTTD
developed by TT-Forums members
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Version 2.1a - January 2010

Contents

Installation and settings for TTDPatch
Installation and settings for OpenTTD
GRF parameters
Compatibility with other GRF files
Playing the Japanese Train Set
List of vehicles

What is the Japanese Train Set?

It is a vehicle set for Transport Tycoon Deluxe with TTDPatch or for OpenTTD. It depicts the railroading equipment of Japan, from interwar steam to the latest Shinkansen bullet trains.

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Japan is mostly temperate, but the northern island of Hokkaido has weather roughly similar to that of Northern Europe or New England. Thus, the Japanese Train Set operates in the Temperate and Arctic climates. Japan does not have rail operations in the tropics (Okinawa island is somewhat tropical, but it is too small for much of a rail system), so the Japanese Train Set does not appear in the Tropical climate.

The Japanese Train Set is part of the Japan Set which consists of the following GRF files, available from the Japan Set homepage:

Installation and settings for TTD Patch

For general information on how to use GRF files in TTDPatch, read the TTD Patch manual.

You will need TTDPatch version 2.5 beta 9 (or higher), available here. For full features, we recommend that you use the latest nightly version. The Japanese Train Set is available in a DOS version ("jptrainsd.grf") and a Windows version ("jptrainsw.grf"). Simply copy the grf file into the "newgrf" folder inside your TTD main folder and add the entry "newgrf/jptrains[d/w].grf" (with the "d" or "w" depending on whether you are using the DOS or Windows version of TTD) to your "newgrf[w].cfg" file.

You need to set the following variables in your ttdpatch.cfg file:

You should also enable the "realistic model" of train acceleration to get full benefit from the different engines in the set, i.e. you should include in your ttdpatch.cfg file the lines: (x is for road vehicles and should be set to a value of 0 to 3.)
mountains 333x
curves 333x

Installation and settings for Open TTD

For general information on how to use GRF files in OpenTTD, read the OpenTTD manual.

You will need OpenTTD 0.7.0 (or higher) for full features. If you have downloaded the Japanese Train Set from the Japan Set homepage, simply copy the grf file into the "data" folder inside your OpenTTD folder. Alternatively, you can use OpenTTD's online content service, as described here. To use the Japanese Train Set in a new game, you only have to add it under NewGRF Settings on the title screen.

It is not recommended to add the Japanese Train Set to an existing savegame (unless that savegame was using an older version of the Japanese Train Set already). If you wish to do so anyway, you can activate the Japanese Train Set under NewGRF Settings in the Options menu. Note that this will most likely make your existing trains unusable, since many wagons will be changed into locomotives and vice versa.

If you have an older version of the Japanese Train Set installed, removing the old file and adding the new one will make all your old savegames use the new version. (OpenTTD will display a warning upon opening such savegames though). Upgrading old savegames in this way might work, but a few glitches are to be expected.

You should change the following settings under Advanced Settings on the title screen:

GRF parameters

GRF parameters can be used to customize various aspects of the Japanese Train Set. (Information on how to use GRF parameters: in TTDPatch; in OpenTTD).

The following parameters are avaible (default values in bold print):

1st Parameter: Track graphics

Important note: This setting affects the graphics only. So for example the value 2 does not mean that Shinkansen trains can run on normal tracks.

In TTDPatch, Shinkansen tracks will replace either monrail or maglev depending on the setting of the unified maglev switch.
Narrow gauge and Shinkansen track graphics are included for both the Japanese landscape and for the default TTD graphics (including proper road crossings).

2nd Parameter: Mail cars

Note that mail car sprites are currently unavailable for some multiple unit trains. However, this does not affect the possibility to attach mail cars to all trains.

3rd Parameter: Costs

Add 8 to these values to switch running costs for wagons off in OpenTTD (automatic in TTDPatch). Note that the value of the 4th Parameter will also affect running costs for wagons.

4th Parameter: Capacities and loading times.

There are three different classes of passenger trains in the Japanese Train Set (see also List of vehicles below). The seating capacities of passenger cars can be changed via parameter as follows:

Par. 4 Passenger Trains Express Trains Commuter Trains Shinkansen Trains
0 (default) 50 40 60 50
10 65 50 75 65
20 75 60 90 75
30 90 70 105 90

Important Note: Wagon running costs are increased along with the capacities.

The parameter also controls the loading and unloading times of trains, by adding the following values:

Commuter trains will load and unload about twice as fast as express trains, and standard trains are somewhere in between. The load amount will scale with the capacities so that loading times will remain roughly the same when capacities are changed. The slow setting corresponds approximately to the TTD default loading times.

Examples: If you want the lowest wagon capacities but fast loading, set the 4th parameter to 2. For the second lowest capacities and normal loading the value is 11. For the highest capacities and slow loading it is 30.

Compatibility with other GRF files

The Japanese Train Set is designed to be used together with the other GRF files in the Japan Set listed above. It is not intended to coexist with any other train set. (In OpenTTD, it is technically possible to use the Japanese Train Set along with other train sets. However, this will most likely affect purchase and running costs in some or all of these train sets (including the Japanese Train Set), and might produce all kinds of other problems. It is therefore not recommended, unless you really know what you are doing.)

GRF files relating to other vehicles such as ships, road vehicles, and aircraft, as well as stations, will not be affected or harmed by the jptrains[d/w].grf file. However, since the Japanese Train Set overrides the maglev/monorail tracks with Shinkansen tracks, it is incompatible with any grf that changes roads, rail tracks or landscape graphics, except the Japanese Landscape Set. Using the Japanese Train Set together with such GRFs will likely cause more or less severe graphical inconsistencies, but will usually not affect gameplay.

The Japanese Train Set is compatible with the Extended Cargo Scheme and can therefore be used with New Cargo GRFs such as Pikka's Basic Industries or George's ECS vectors. All cargos in the current versions (April 2009) of these two sets can be transported by the freight cars in the Japanese Train Set. However, this cannot be guaranteed for all future versions, nor for other New Cargo GRFs.

Playing the Japanese Train Set

Narrow gauge tracks

The main Japanese rail system is not standard gauge but narrow gauge (more precisely 1067mm "Cape gauge"). By default, the Japanese Train Set will alter the rail graphics to reflect this (see Parameter settings). Apart from that, the normal and electrified trains and tracks in the set operate just as they do in any other set for TTDPatch/OpenTTD. However, just as in reality, the use of narrow gauge tracks means that ordinary trains cannot travel faster than 130 kph (80 mph) (some modern tilting trains can go up to 160 kph). This was one of the main motivations for the construction of the Shinkansen network.

Multiple unit trains

Most Japanese passenger trains from 1950 onwards are multiple unit trains. All cars placed in the train provide motive power just as if they were all locomotives. Thus a long train will have the same performance as a short train. The multiple unit trains can only be used for passenger and mail service (except the M250).

Many multiple unit trains have different types of cars (forward and rear driving cabs, cars with pantographs, and sometimes restaurant cars and other graphical variations). Some trains will look odd if they are used with the "wrong" number of cars. (For example, the 72 Series EMU should always have a total number of cars that is divisible by four. If used with five cars, the last two cars will both be backward facing driving cabs.) A future version of this readme will feature a train guide with the proper configurations for each train. Which configurations will look good (or bad), should be quite obvious from the depot view.

Livery refits

Many trains, in particular multiple unit trains, come in several different liveries. Use the refit button to choose the desired livery (as you would with different cargos for freight trains.) Some liveries only become available from a certain date onwards. The number of different livery options and the times at which they become available are stated in the purchase menu.

Brake Vans

Japanese freight trains, like British ones, often have a brake van at the rear of the train. On a shorter train, there might be only a brakeman's cabin provided on an otherwise ordinary freight car. The Japanese Train Set offers brake vans for purchase; they carry no cargo, but are required for freight trains without contiunous braking. From 1950 onwards, the second generation of freight cars will start to appear. These are equipped with continuous brakes, making brake vans unneccessary for new trains around 1970.

Shinkansen Trains

The Shinkansen bullet train network is standard gauge and is entirely separate from the rest of the Japanese rail system (except for sharing stations.) To reflect this, the Japanese Train Set uses the maglev (or monorail) track type as the Shinkansen system. The set includes graphics for Shinkansen tracks that look different from monorail, maglev, or normal train track. Shinkansen trains cannot use any other kind of track, nor can any non-Shinkansen trains use Shinkansen tracks. Shinkansen trains do not carry cargo of any kind, just passengers and mail. To fit into TTD gameplay better, the set allows mail cars also to be included in a Shinkansen train. Shinkansen trains can share a train station with normal trains, by replacing some of the existing tracks in the station with Shinkansen tracks, or by adding additional tracks to the station of the Shinkansen type. Both methods were used when the Shinkansen system was built.

List of vehicles

train list

The following tables give the details of each type of locomotive and wagon with the following information:

The recommended usage of each engine or multiple unit is also displayed in the purchase menu:

P Passengers Light and usually cheap to run. Locomotives mostly lack the power, speed, or tractive effort for express passenger or freight service.
EP Express passengers Fast and powerful. Steam locomotives usually lack the tractive effort needed for freight service. Trains have lower capacity and are somewhat more expensive to run, but are faster. Shinkansen trains are much faster but also a lot more expensive to operate.
C Commuter trains More expensive to run than ordinary passenger trains but with higher capacity and shorter loading times and therefore suitable for frequent stop and go.
LF/P Light freight or passengers Light engines for universal use.
HF/P HF/EP Heavy freight and (express) passengers Heavy engines for universal use. Beware that running costs for passenger trains may be high, especially with short trains.
HF Heavy freight Powerful and high tractive effort. Mostly lack the speed for express passenger service.

Start Year/End Year refers to the period in which the engine can be purchased. Both give only estimates: The start year is delayed by a random amount of time (up to about two years) while the end year may depend on game settings.
Tractive effort is explained below.
Veh. ID is a purely TTD internal information for GRF developers and totally irrelevant for gameplay.

Narrow gauge steam locomotives

Train Name Usage Start Year End Year Speed (kph) Power (hp) Weight (t) tract. eff. (kN) Veh. ID (hex)
9600 Consolidation HF 1913 1937 65 870 60 115 0
8620 Mogul P 1914 1930 95 760 47 54 1
D50 Mikado HF 1923 1940 75 1500 77 148 3
C53 Pacific EP 1928 1950 110 1556 127 146 4
C11 Tank LF/P 1932 1958 85 780 50 76 5
C12 Tank LF/P 1932 1958 74 590 66 126 6
D51 Mikado HF 1936 1958 75 1600 78 150 9
C57 Pacific EP 1937 1958 110 1290 115 132 0B
C58 Prairie P 1938 1958 85 1097 100 192 0C
D52 Mikado HF 1943 1958 75 1950 87 167 0D
C62 Hudson EP 1948 1958 110 2160 90 103 0F
E10 Tank HF 1948 1958 65 1300 102 298 10

Narrow gauge diesel locomotives

Train Name Category Start Year End Year Speed (kph) Power (hp) Weight (t) tract. eff. (kN) Veh. ID (hex)
DF50 LF/P 1956 1968 90 1060 83 242 47
DD51 HF/P 1962 1995 95 2000 84 245 14
DE10 LF/P 1966 1985 85 1250 65 190 19
DF200 HF 1990 - 110 2450 96 332 3F

Narrow gauge electric locomotives

Train Name Category Start Year End Year Speed (kph) Power (hp) Weight (t) tract. eff. (kN) Veh. ID (hex)
ED17 HF 1923 1940 65 1240 60 175 2
EF10 HF 1934 1948 75 1830 99 289 8
EF55 EP 1936 1948 100 1830 100 230 0A
EF13 LF 1944 1964 100 1600 65 289 67
EF58 EP 1946 1965 120 2580 115 265 0E
EH10 HF 1954 1965 85 3440 115 336 12
EF64 HF/EP 1964 2000 115 3470 96 280 16
EF65 HF/EP 1965 1992 115 3800 96 280 18
EF66 HF/EP 1966 1990 120 5300 100 292 1A
EF81 HF/EP 1968 - 115 3470 100 292 37
EF200 HF 1990 2003 120 8970 100 346 3C
EF210 HF 1996 - 110 4870 110 423 54
EH500 HF 1997 - 110 5440 134 515 43
EH200 HF 2003 - 120 7014 135 519 58

Narrow gauge diesel multiple units

Train Name Category Start Year End Year Speed (kph) Power (hp) Weight (t) tract. eff. (kN) Veh. ID (hex)
KIHA 07 Series DMU P 1935 1960 80 150 40 92 26
KIHA 20 Series DMU P 1957 1975 90 150 40 92 24
KIHA 82 Series DMU EP 1960 1986 100 360 42 96 48
KIHA 58 Series DMU P 1961 1980 95 200 50 115 55
KIHA 181 Series DMU EP 1969 1993 120 500 44 101 6B
KIHA 66 Series DMU P 1974 1994 100 440 39 90 39
KIHA 185 Series DMU EP 1986 1998 110 250 39 90 2E
KIHA 85 Series DMU EP 1988 2000 110 350 35 80 2F
KIHA 120 Series DMU P 1990 2000 90 250 30 69 3E
KIHA 281 Series DMU EP 1992 - 130 710 45 103 41
KIHA 200 Series DMU P 2001 - 100 450 48 140 56
KIHA E200 Series DMU P 2007 - 100 440 30 87 5C

Narrow gauge electric multiple units

Train Name Category Start Year End Year Speed (kph) Power (hp) Weight (t) tract. eff. (kN) Veh. ID (hex)
40 Series EMU C 1933 1945 85 540 45 103 7
52 Series EMU EP 1936 1946 110 95 47 108 66
72 Series EMU C 1945 1957 95 180 45 103 1F
80 Series EMU EP 1950 1963 100 540 46 106 11
101 Series EMU C 1957 1965 100 200 40 92 30
151 Series Express EMU EP 1958 1974 120 295 40 92 13
103 Series EMU C 1962 1979 100 250 43 99 60
115 Series semi-fast EMU P 1963 1990 100 430 40 92 49
Odakyu 3100 Series (Romance) EP 1963 1981 110 200 96 221 15
583 Series Express EMU EP 1967 1997 120 330 43 99 36
485 Series Express EMU EP 1972 2000 120 400 38 87 38
201 Series EMU C 1979 1990 110 300 40 92 25
185 Series EMU EP 1981 2004 110 250 45 103 61
415 Series EMU P 1981 2004 100 250 43 99 62
205 Series EMU C 1985 1994 110 350 35 80 28
Odakyu 10000 Series (Romance) EP 1987 2000 110 280 33 76 3B
215 Series EMU P 1990 2004 120 330 27 62 31
251 Series Express EMU (Super View Odoriko) EP 1990 2008 120 394 36 83 51
253 Series EMU (N'EX) EP 1991 2010 130 170 33 76 52
209 Series EMU C 1992 2005 110 350 25 57 68
223 Series EMU P 1993 - 130 400 33 96 42
E351 Series Express EMU EP 1993 2002 160 410 35 102 40
281 Series Express EMU (Haruka) EP 1994 - 110 200 33 76 5D
E231 Series EMU C 1994 - 120 260 26 76 44
285 Series EMU (Sunrise Express) EP 1997 - 130 400 54 157 4E
Deo 900 EMU (Kirara) P 1997 - 80 250 28 64 63
485 Series EMU (Kirishima and Hyuuga) P 2000 - 120 1200 38 87 50
485 Series EMU (Red Express) EP 2000 2010 120 400 38 87 5E
683 Series EMU (Thunderbird) EP 2001 - 160 384 39 114 57
789 Series EMU (Super Hakucho) EP 2002 - 140 450 32 73 64
M250 HF 2004 - 130 618 38 146 4D
E233 Series EMU C 2005 - 130 370 25 73 5B

Shinkansen (standard gauge) electric multiple units

Train Name Category Start Year End Year Speed (kph) Power (hp) Weight (t) tract. eff. (kN) Veh. ID (hex)
0 Series Shinkansen EP 1964 1988 210 1000 54 157 17
100 Series Shinkansen EP 1984 1992 220 980 52 152 3A
300 Series Shinkansen EP 1990 2002 270 1020 38 116 3D
500 Series Shinkansen EP 1995 - 300 1550 40 153 46
700 Series Shinkansen EP 1997 - 285 1100 64 187 4B
E1/E4 Series Shinkansen (MAX) EP 1997 - 240 840 52 152 45
E2 Series Shinkansen EP 1997 - 240 1200 42 122 65
800 Series Shinkansen EP 2004 - 260 1550 64 187 4F
N700 Series Shinkansen EP 2007 - 300 1430 40 116 5F

Wagons

Name Start Year End Year Speed limit (kph) Weight (t) Default Cargos in Temperate Climate Default Cargos in Arctic Climate Veh. ID (hex)
Passenger Car 1870 - - 20 Passengers (40*) Passengers (40*) 1B
Passenger Car (local) 1870 1965 90 20 Passengers (50*) Passengers (50*) 69
Shinkansen Passenger Car 1964 - - 30 Passengers (50*) Passengers (50*) 59
Mail Car 1920 - - 20 Mail (30*) Mail (30*) 1C
Mail Car (local) 1920 1965 20 - Mail (40*) Mail (40*) 6A
Shinkansen Mail Car 1964 - - 30 Mail (40*) Mail (40*) 5A
CHIKI 300 flatcar 1870 1962 80 8 Wood (35), Steel (35) Wood (35), Paper (35) 22
Tamu 200 Tanker 1870 1951 80 18 Oil (15,000), Goods (30) Oil (15,000), Goods (30) 1E
Tomu 500 Hopper 1870 1960 60 15 Coal (25), Iron Ore (25) Coal (25) 1D
WAMU 50000 boxcar 1870 1956 60 15 Goods (30), Livestock (25), Grain (30), Valuables (15) Goods (30), Food (30), Gold (30), Livestock (25), Wheat (30) 20
YO 8000 caboose 1870 - - 8 - - 23
WAMU 80000 boxcar 1946 1980 120 20 Goods (50), Livestock (40), Grain (50), Valuables (25) Goods (50), Food (50), Gold (50), Livestock (40), Wheat (50) 33
TAKI 8000 tanker 1949 - 100 20 Oil (25,000), Goods (50) Oil (25,000), Goods (50) 2D
TORA 55000 hopper 1949 1989 70 20 Coal (40), Iron Ore (40) Coal (40) 21
CHIKI 10 flatcar 1951 - 10 100 Wood (50), Steel (50) Wood (50), Paper (50) 29
HOKI 1000 hopper 1956 - 100 18 Grain (45) Wheat (45) 34
SHIKI 810 heavyweight carrier 1970 - 100 100 Goods (210) Goods (210) 32
WAKI 10000 boxcar 1970 - 130 20 Goods (60), Valuables (40) Goods (60), Food (60), Gold (60) 35
KOKI 101 container carrier 1978 - 130 20 Goods (80), Oil (40,000) Goods (80), Food (40), Paper (40), Oil (40,000) 27
HOKI 2500 hopper 1983 - 80 20 Coal (55), Iron Ore (55) Coal (55) 2A
KOKI 71 car rack 1985 - 130 25 Goods (80) Goods (80) 2B
KU 5000 car transporter 1989 - 130 25 Goods (80) Goods (80) 2C

(*) Capacities of passenger and mail cars depend on the value of the 4th parameter

Wagons can be refitted to the cargos shown in the table above but train refitting is only available at a consist level. Therefore, the refitting list will display all the possible cargos that at least some wagons in the train can be refitted to. If you wish to refit only some wagons to a specific cargo, you should first remove them from the train before carrying out the refitting. Obviously, if one type of wagon in the train cannot be refitted to a certain cargo then it will not be refitted that way if you choose it in the list.

Tractive Effort

Both TTDPatch and OpenTTD support a much more realistic way of modeling locomotive power than the original TTD, which measured power simply by a horsepower rating. The full horsepower was assumed to be available at all times, and all speeds. In reality, locomotive dynamics are rather more complicated, because steel wheels on steel rails do not offer that much friction and hence traction. The weight of the locomotive that is on the driving wheels has a major influence on the effective ability of the locomotive to transfer its power to the track. It does not matter how much HP a loco has if it is just spinning its wheels because the train is too heavy; and steam locomotives in particular are very subject to this problem.

The tractive effort parameter takes this into consideration. It is displayed in the New Vehicle Purchase window, and has a major effect on vehicle performance. A freight locomotive has to have a fairly large tractive effort in order to get the train started at all. To reach a high speed, a high horsepower is helpful, but the TE is really more important. For passenger trains, which are lighter, the TE is less important and the HP more, because the HP affects the maximum speed the train can reach. TE is particularly important if the train needs to climb mountains, and essential if the train will have to start from a full stop on a mountain. If the train starts up a mountain going at full speed, the momentum it has already acquired will help it up the hill; but if the train has to start up the hill from a dead stop, it is all based on the TE of the loco. That is why some locomotives with very high horsepowers do poorly in freight service, and others with low HP do well.

The Japanese Train Set is designed for realism in both tractive effort and horsepower. Each locomotive has its niche, and to find it, you need to carefully consider the tractive effort as well as the other parameters.

Known bugs

Please report any bugs in the release thread, unless they are already listed here:

These issues are due to current limitations in OpenTTD. We hope that they can addressed in future releases.

Credits

The Japanese Train Set was developed by an international team of members of the Transport Tycoon Forums (administered by Owen Rudge) and includes some elements previously developed by others. If you believe your work has been used and you are not properly credited, please post your concern in the development thread for immediate attention. Second-hand complaints will be disregarded; specific complaints with evidence will be rectified as soon as possible. Please bear in mind that the TTD vehicle sprites are very small, and as such there is unavoidable similarity between similar vehicles.
This set is entirely nonprofit, and permission is given to reproduce or redistribute it in its entirety according to the terms of the GNU Public Licence (full text included with the set).

Credit in this document is generally given by Forum usernames, except as requested otherwise. Forum usernames are those in use by the named people on http://www.tt-forums.net/ on 21 April 2008.

Co-ordination and administration was handled by krtaylor.
Development hosting space was provided by Advanced Systems & Software Technologies.

Graphical credits

AndrewA: KIHA 281 DMU;
ATEU2: KIHA 181 DMU;
Dan MacK: E10; EH200
Hovering Teacup: 583 EMU, 80 EMU, DD51, DE10, DF50, DF200, E351 EMU, EF55, EF58, EF64, EF200, EH10, KIHA 66 DMU, KIHA 82 DMU;
Inorng: E1 MAX Shinkansen, E2 Series Shinkansen;
Purno: 0, 100, 200, 500, E4 Max Shinkansen; 40 EMU, ED17, EF10; EF66,
Raven: 500 Series Shinkansen, 583 EMU, 8620, 9600, C11, C12, C53, C57, C58, C62, D50, D51, D52, DD51, DE10, DF50, DF200, E351 EMU, E4 Max Shinkansen, ED17, EF10, E10, EF55, EF58, EF64, EF65, EF66, EF200, EH500, KIHA 66 DMU, KIHA 82 DMU, KIHA 120 DMU, KIHA 281 DMU, Odakyu Romance 3100 EMU; CHIKI 10, CHIKI 300, HOKI 1000, HOKI 2500, TAKI 8000, TORA 55000, WAKI 10000;
Sanchimaru: 0, 100, 200, 500, 700, N700, 800, E4 MAX Shinkansen; 285 EMU, ED17, EF10, EF58 EF65, EF66, EH500, M250 EMU, Odakyu Romance 10000 EMU; Passenger and mail cars; all freight cars (except KOKI 71);
Stevenh: 281 EMU, Deo 900 EMU, 485 EMU (Red Express and K&H);
Toni Babelony: 40 EMU, 151 EMU, 115 EMU, EF65, EF81, 485 EMU, 223 EMU, E231 EMU, 683 EMU, KIHA E200 DMU, 103 EMU, 185 EMU, KIHA 85 DMU, 215 EMU, 251 EMU, 253 EMU, 101 EMU, KIHA 20 DMU, 201 EMU, 205 EMU, 415 EMU, KIHA 07 DMU, KIHA 58 DMU, 789 EMU, 72 EMU, E233 EMU, 52 EMU, EF13, 209 EMU, KIHA 120 DMU;
Ttdx_artist: HOKI 2500, KOKI 71;

The Shinkansen tracks, tunnels, and the Japanese style grade crossings were drawn completely from scratch by Sanchimaru to the design of the original Microprose sprites. The Shinkansen depot sprites were drawn by Sanchimaru and Onodera, the original narrow gauge tracks by Cornelius

Coding credits

Coding and compilation of version 2.0 were carried out by Dandan; coding and compilation of all previous versions by Aegir, Dandan, Minime, Raven, and Szappy.

Licensing

This set is licensed under the GNU Public Licence. As such, it may be freely distributed and modified as long as it remains under this license.
If you wish to use any part of this set in another set, you may of course do so, but we would be very grateful if you asked the artist concerned for permission, which will probably be granted.

The Japanese Train Set for TTDPatch
Copyright 2004-2008 by certain members of the Transport Tycoon Forums (named above)

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Related Links

Japan Set homepage
Transport Tycoon Forums
Japan Set Development thread (please do not post bugs here)
Japan Set Release thread (please do post bugs here)

TTDPatch site
OpenTTD site